Makers of Fort Worth Page: 26
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D. B. Carr c
is an eminent member X
of the Bar in Texas,
and a prominent Democrat. The son
of Merritt L. Carr and Alice Young
Carr, he is a direct descendant of
the earliest settlers in New England; i A
his forefathers having come from i !
England to Massachusetts where lag :
they settled in 1620 with the Pilgrim
Fathers. His father was a native
of Scoharie county, New York
and his mother of Indiana. Following
the marriage of Mr. Carr's parents,
they were residents of Rankin,
Illinois and he was born there February
22, 1880. Mr. Carr has been
prominent in Fort Worth fraternal
circles and is a member of the Fort :: l .
Worth lodges of Elks, Masons,
Knights of Pythias and Modern
Woodmen of America. June 26,
1910, Mr. Carr and Miss Clethie
Bradshaw were married in this city.
Mr. Carr is an ardent lover of fine
horses and takes his recreation
largely in riding and driving. After
successful practice at the Fort Worth
Bar, Mr. Carr removed to Dallas in
1913, and has continued the practice \%x
of his chosen profession in that city.
While a resident of Fort Worth he
made many friends and was highly
popular in lodge and social circles.
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